Barratt backs hospice with sale

By a County Press reporter

Friday, May 30, 2014

 

Barratt backs hospice with sale

Apprentices dismantling show homes at Bluebell Meadows. From left Katherine Colley, Jordan Brakstone, Steven Dimmick, Lewis Noyce Project Manager Adie Morgan and Community Liason Manager Anthony Dimmick.

THE Earl Mountbatten Hospice is set to benefit from the demolition of an Isle of Wight show home complex.

Barratt Homes Bluebell Meadows estate in Newport will be selling off the fixtures and fittings from its three temporary show units in aid of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice today (Friday).

Items include everything from new bathroom suites and washing machines to kitchen units, chairs, a boiler and even garden lights.

Barratt is keen to build upon sales success on the estate by replacing temporary show units, a year earlier than planned, with new homes.

"Everything must go. All the items were fitted in the show homes, but were barely used. Items can all be taken away on the day," said Barratt’s sales director Michelle Storer.

The sale will takes place between 2.30pm and 5.30pm.

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by Mike Crowe

30th May 2014, at 17:27:31

TR, still Pan ;-)

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by T Rollingsworth

30th May 2014, at 16:28:21

Also Geoff, I believe that the site is split into 2 separate developments Pan Meadows and Bluebell meadows? At least that's what the signs lead me to believe

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by T Rollingsworth

30th May 2014, at 15:30:23

Just wait till this evening and find these sale items on Wightbay for their full RRP!

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by Mike Crowe

30th May 2014, at 15:03:12

And Bluebells don't grow in Meadows, they grow in a Copse or Woods. (Still Pan)

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by Geoff Lumley

30th May 2014, at 14:12:06

Actually it is Pan Meadows. Neither the local community nor the Council agreed to the name change.

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by Ashley Harcourt

30th May 2014, at 12:00:01

What a shame to only report on this sale the same day it is happening.

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